ModernGhanalogo

FEATURED: The Bushy Roads In The City Of Accra: Who Is Sleeping On The Job?...

body-container-line-1
12.01.2005 Football News

Club-less Hamza uncertain about future

By GNA

Accra, Jan 12, GNA - Club-less Hamza Mohammed looks uncertain about his future a few weeks after quitting the camp of Alhaji Grunsah's King Faisal on personal grounds.

The player who has been training with the Kumasi-based club though he wrote a resignation letter to them is currently aiming at joining the exodus train by the close of March, this year.

He explained, "I believe I have paid my dues well enough on the local front and I am looking forward to joining the foreign train by March in order to showcase my talent at another level".

Though he is yet to receive any offer from any club outside the shores of the country, the midfielder was convinced his heart desire will materialise very soon though the transfer window is closed.

The workaholic midfielder told the GNA Sports that, "I am still training with Faisal because it is imperative for me to be in shape but not because I intend plying my trade with them any longer".

The player could as well be on his way back to his mother club, Real Tamale United (RTU) in case his dream of playing professional football is not realised soonest.

Hamza, skipper for the 1999 Black Satellites glorious team would choose loyalty ahead of anything if approached with the issue of playing on the local front for this season.

"I would rather love to go back to RTU in case I don't get the much desired contract from any European club though many have linked me with a possible move to some big clubs on the local front".

He was hopeful that the "Pride of the North" would accept his proposal to enable him put his services at their disposal.

" Much as I would love to play in Europe, playing for RTU would make me completely happy and I simply can't wait to have the opportunity again. I am only hoping we would be able to reach a suitable agreement to enable me play as early as possible".

RTU made history last season by defeating Kumasi Asante Kotoko in the grand finale of the Ghana League Clubs Association's (GHALCA) special knock out competition.

Hamza who is known for his dedication and commitment joined Faisal from Kotoko two seasons ago and was instrumental in the Faisal's success story in the last Coca Cola Top Four.

body-container-line